TSA sets up checkpoint near Atlanta, Georgia. Read the story here.Read more »
In arrears on your loving government's subsidized student loans? Watch out for the SWAT team.Read more »
A Wailuku publisher is invoking Hawaii's journalist shield law to oppose efforts by the Maui police and prosecutors to subpoena information about his newspaper's online commenters.
"In our view, it's an outrageous use of a grand jury subpoena, especially in light of the journalist's privilege,"Read more »
Indian police firing tear gas stormed a New Delhi camp on Sunday to evict a mass protest against corruption by a famous yoga guru and thousands of his followers, sparking a melee that left 53 injured.
Opposition parties and anti-graft campaigners accused the government of resorting to heavy-handed tactics to crush the demonstration, which comes after a damaging series of corruption revelations at high levels of power.Read more »
As police continue to blatantly steal and destroy cameras from citizens without any legal authority whatsoever, it is essential to store our video footage online so it can accessed regardless of what happens to our cameras.Read more »
In the USA the imperial government desecrates the memory of Thomas Jefferson by insisting that all behave timidly in said place. Words like “solemn” and “reverent” flow from them to describe the atmosphere and behavior they expect at the memorial. Thomas Jefferson would have objected to this. He knew better than to call that liberty.
Thus, when we tried to protest their violently arresting people the week before for silently dancing at the memorial they moved in to stop us.Read more »
Americans that take photographs in public places are now considered to be potential terrorists by many over-zealous state employees that have bought into all the "war on terror" rhetoric and the irrational fear-mongering it has brought with it. According to WJZ-13 CBS in Baltimore, several Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) officials recently detained a man illegally for simply snapping a few pictures at a train station -- and the detaining officers tried to use the Patriot Act as justification for their abusive actions.Read more »
Daily News @ http://RevolutionNews.US - But video survived even after police tried to destroy phone...
Miami Beach police did their best to destroy a citizen video that shows them shooting a man to death in a hail of bullets Memorial Day.
First, police pointed their guns at the man who shot the video, according to a Miami Herald interview with the videographer.
Then they ordered the man and his girlfriend out the car and threw them down to the ground, yelling “you want to be fucking paparazzi?”Read more »
A man travels from Oregon to Baltimore and takes video of the entire trip. When he gets to Baltimore he is detained for photography.Read more »
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